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- Book 2 of 2 in The Serendipity Duet (2 Book Series)
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This book is the second in the Serendiptiy duet, a spin off of Kandle's King Series. Already familiar with the characters, I have loved how these two, essentially misfits, have been paired together. Kandle doesn't disappoint in her delivery of Nell's character. This girl has a whole lotta sass that the reader is sure to enjoy. With powers a bit out of control, Nell needs to reign them in a bit to rescue Rafe and keep him alive.
Rafe is a large part of this book also, which I adore. He and Nell must learn how to co-exist, which proves to be a bit difficult for them both in the beginning, due to the emotional baggage that both of them carry.
I would recommend this book to readers who enjoy a solid parnaromal romance, even though the characters have powers that are different than your typical PNR. I was fascinated by the abilities that Nell and Rafe both possess, and you will just have to read the book to see if they decided to use them for good, or for evil. :)
Captivating story. 5 Stars!
In the beginning I was a little disappointed that this book was not primarily about Rafe. I had just been introduced to Rafe through the previous book, and I wanted more. It's a book from Nell's point of view.
So, I was introduced to Nell, a kick-ass, very damaged and hurt woman with some extraordinary powers. I haven't read the King series, but now that I have read Unquenchable, I really think I need to read the King Series. Enough of the scenes from the King series is explained in this story so you can get the gist of what happened without feeling lost.
Nell is such an incredible, in-depth character that I fell in love with. I believe every woman can empathize with her at some point. The hurt and betrayal she's felt through her life colors every scene between her and Rafe. Towards the end, she really started to learn to trust in the connection between her and Rafe.
Oh, Rafe....why? I was disappointed in him, or perhaps I was disappointed in the time line. I think more time should have passed with what happened at the end of the last book, and what happens in this one between Nell and him. I felt like he was such a little whore. Joss had my loyalty last book, and transferring it to Nell was difficult for me.
Overall, this book was extremely well-written, and I loved reading it.
Nell is a hard character. She is strong, stubborn, and sometimes downright hateful. She used to be an antagonist that I loved to hate. Suddenly in Unquenchable she became a protagonist that I wanted to trust, tried to understand, and finally fell in love with. That's a hard shift, but one that was made beautifully. Reading from Nell's point of view meant that even when she was in b*tch mode, I knew how her heart and mind really felt. She still had her moments of out right meanness, but I started feeling like they were a bit justified.
I wasn't sure how I would feel about Rafe's shifting attentions. Jocelyn meant so much to him. It was interesting watching him go through his grief with Nell by his side, providing her... unique brand of counseling. It wasn't hard for me to root for Nell in this, well not as hard as I expected. I guess I'm fickle. I think that Rafe and Nell were very right about what Jocelyn would say about it all.
The plot is exciting and while it moves quickly, it takes place over a period of time. As always I loved the moments when the characters used their abilities, especially Nell. She has some serious power. The secondary characters caught my attention. Doc was by far one of the best secondary characters, full of profound wisdom at perfect moments.
This book caught my attention from the first moment and kept it until the very end.Read more ›
Nell has not always been a very likeable character. However she is one that stays in your mind. I think a great character is one that stays with you and evokes feelings within you, no matter if it's to love them or hate them. I also feel that Nell is a very misunderstood person. Let's face it, she did not exactly have a great upbringing. She pretty much raised herself.
Nell was given the job of saving Rafe. That means she has to do something unselfish and for others. That is not really one of Nell's strong suits. She takes the job though and is eager to accomplish the job and do her very best.
Does Nell change her ways, or does she go back to her old tricks? You'll have to read the book yourself to find out!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Still some misspelled and missing words but I liked the book. Rafe and Nell fit well together. Look forward to the next book. ThanksPublished 10 months ago by Julie McCalla
Loved Nell's story. I knew from The King Series, there was more to Nell to learn. I enjoyed her spunk and her story. Read morePublished 21 months ago by M. Wenger
I couldn't put this book down! I love how Tawdra Kandle develops the characters in her books. Nell was one of my least favorite characters and now after reading Unquenchable, she... Read morePublished on May 18, 2014 by Sonya
I received this book for a honest review & I have to say once i started it I couldn't put it down! I thought it would have continued from book 1 but found I was sort of seeing the... Read morePublished on April 12, 2014 by MrsStephanie81
I loved the King series and couldn't wait to read Nell's story. OMG!!!!! It did not disappoint me and I actually have to say she is one of my favorites and I can't wait to see... Read morePublished on April 10, 2014 by Morgie
Unquenchable is the second book in The Serendipity Duet and follows where Undeniable left off. While I have read Undeniable, I could have easily enjoyed Unquenchable on its own as... Read morePublished on April 10, 2014 by Ellen P. Lafleche-christian
I was gifted a complimentary copy for review purposes.
I want to start with saying that I had not read the King series that Rafe and Nell are spun... Read more
Absolutely loved this book! I think Nell is so awesome. Here is someone who woke up from a coma and was able to help save lives. Read morePublished on April 7, 2014 by Arlene Mullen
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